Puerto Rico Honors Pablo Casals on Worldwide Museum Day – •

An opponent of Spanish Fascism, Pablo Casals (born Pau Casals Defilló in Barcelona in 1876) went into exile in France in 1936 after which to Puerto Rico (his mom’s birthplace) in 1956, the place he continued his private musical profession and outspoken campaign for peace till his demise in 1973. A 12 months earlier, he had inaugurated the annual Casals Competition in Puerto Rico, making a significant affect on the island’s music scene. He furthered his contributions there by founding the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra in 1958, and the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico in 1959.

This Wednesday, Might 18, 2022, at 10:00am, the Carnegie Library has organized a live performance in tribute to maestro Casals within the museum’s Pablo Casals Everlasting Exhibition Corridor (“Pablo Casals: Un tributo a San Juan en sus 500 años”). The night consists of performances by the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, Quintet for Strings in G Main, the Mozart Quintet, and the Dvorak Quintet. The library is positioned at 7 Avenida de la Constitución, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The Pablo Casals Basis joins the Municipality of San Juan to have fun Worldwide Museum Day. Other than selling free visits to the museums of the capital, first woman of San Juan Maritere González introduced that this coming Wednesday, Might 18, the Pablo Casals Everlasting Exhibition Corridor of the Carnegie Library will host a number of actions as a part of the celebration.

“Within the Capital Metropolis, along with the mayor of San Juan, Miguel Romero Lugo, we proceed to assist initiatives that promote tradition and the enjoyment of actions that contribute to the data and preservation of our historical past,” stated the primary woman. “We respect the collaboration of the Pablo Casals Basis and all the administrators of the San Juan museums whose work contributes to the great improvement of all residents.”

The actions will begin at 10:00 a.m. with a tribute live performance to maestro Pablo Casals by the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings and the Quintet for Strings in G Main Op. 77.

There will even be a studying of the story “Pauet quiere un Violonchelo” [Pauet Wants a Cello] for kids and adults, set to music by maestro Luis Miguel Rojas, OSPR First Cellist and Cello Professor on the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music.

The occasion could have restricted house, so it’s essential to reserve an area upfront by calling (787) 480-6210.

Press right here for the library’s location.  

Put up translated by Ivette Romero. For unique article (in Spanish), see https://www.eladoquintimes.com/2022/05/16/rinden-homenaje-a-pablo-casals-el-dia-internacional-del-museo/

See full program at https://sanjuan.pr/eventos/con-motivo-del-dia-internacional-del-museo-se-ofrece-tributo-musical-a-pablo-casals/


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